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Musique classique, opéra, ballet et danse en Beijing, Chine

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Nutcracker Beijing-style

National Ballet of China’s The Chinese New Year, a Chinese adaptation of the Christmas classic The Nutcracker is without a doubt the most extravagant celebration of the national holiday that any resident of China could hope for.

An impeccable Giselle in Beijing

Unlike some contemporary Giselle being performed in the West, National Ballet of China’s version harks back to the delicacy and romance of the 1841 original. The choreography performed at Beijing’s NCPA last Friday was strikingly beautiful, wonderfully capturing the profound emotion of the piece. 

Yang Wei's Earth / Quake

Willy Tsao’s Beijing Dance / LDTX performed wonderfully in the premiere of Chinese army choreographer Yang Wei’s Earth / Quake at Beijing’s PLA Theater last Tuesday.

Tao Dance Theatre performs at home

The internationally acclaimed Tao Dance Theatre presents Weight x 3 and 2 at the National Centre for the Pwrforming Arts, Beijing, for the first time.

San Francisco presents Giselle in Beijing

San Francisco Ballet's Giselle brought enthusiastic Beijingers out in hordes to see Yuan Yuan Tan in the title role at the National Center for the Performing Arts on Friday night. 

San Francisco Ballet : a neoclassical programme for Beijing

On the second night of San Francisco Ballet’s second visit to Beijing, the company treated their Chinese audience to a varied programme: Tomasson’s Caprice, Wheeldon’s Rush, van Manen’s Variations for Two Couples, and Balanchine’s Theme and Variations.